Elo launches ‘most responsive’ touchscreen ever

Elo launches ‘most responsive’ touchscreen ever

Tuesday, August 29, 2017 Posted by James Walker
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Elo, a leading global supplier of touchscreen solutions, has unveiled the new 5502L, 55-inch touchscreen signage, delivering a large-format tablet-style platform for immersive interactive applications in commercial markets.

At a depth of only two inches, the ultra-thin profile integrates seamlessly into modern interiors for retail, corporate, hospitality and healthcare applications, and offers system integrators and value-added resellers a touchscreen that is easy to deploy, energy efficient and built to withstand 24/7 use in public environments.

High-performance computer modules are available to transform the 5502L into an integrated, all-in-one computer, with no additional cables or mounting hardware needed.

The commercial-grade modules are available for Microsoft Windows using Intel Core processors or Android using Qualcomm Snapdragon processors.

Customers using an Android-powered computer module receive the added benefit of secure remote device management with EloView software.

“Using our touchscreen manufacturing and design expertise, we have developed a 55-inch projected capacitive (PCAP) touchscreen, our most responsive 55-inch unit yet,” Mike Sigona, regional sales manager for Elo, told TotallyGaming.com.

“We’ve seen an increase in demand for larger screen displays that use the highest quality PCAP technology, especially in gaming and kiosk applications where businesses are wanting to attract younger, more tech-savvy users, and this product answers that call.”

Totally Gaming says: Demand is growing for attention-grabbing, immersive interactive experiences in high-traffic and multi-user gaming environments. The launch of the 5502L reinforces Elo’s position as a leading innovator of large-format touchscreens that are durable enough to withstand the heavy use of a commercial setting.


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